All You Want to Know About the O-Shot!

Have you lost all sensation in both the clitoris and G-Spot? Chances are if you have, then sex has gotten to a point where it’s no longer enjoyable. There is something that can help with this. The O-Shot (or Orgasm Shot) is a nonsurgical procedure that uses the growth factors each woman has in her own body to stimulate vaginal and clitoral rejuvenation to activate the female orgasm system. Women receiving the O-Shot procedure enjoy an increase in their sexual response, and for many the increase is dramatic.

The Process

The O-Shot, while non-surgical, requires the application of a numbing cream to your clitoris, and your G-Spot. From there, your doctor draws your blood, spins it in a centrifuge, retrieves the platelets (the regenerating tissue in your blood cells), and pumps them back into your erogenous areas only after, this time, injecting the already-numb area with a heavy-duty local anesthetic.

Expectations

Obviously your first question will be “so what will the O-Shot do for me?” The O-Shot is know to give many women the following results:

Post Procedure

“Within a week of having the o-shot I had fantastic orgasams, an ireaed libido and lubrication. I did not have to use lubrication anymore with intercourse and it was not painful.” – Lisa M.

Overall for many patients, the O-Shot has been life changing. Their romantic relationships have improved and are much stronger. They are finally finding pleasure in sex again, and their partners typically notice an elevation in their confidence. Struggling in the sexual department is never fun. The O-Shot can help eliminate that struggle and bring you back to your youthful days!

If you’re looking to improve your sex life and feel sexy, and confident again, schedule a consultation today with Dr. Brooks! The O-Shot procedure may be the best decision you’ve ever made!

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